diversion

(shipping) (a) Any change in the billing of a shipment after it has been received by the carrier at point of origin and prior to delivery at destination. (b) The diverting of a shipment of goods from the original port of destination to another port due to circumstances such as a storm at sea, breakdown of the vessel or other factors generally out of the control of the shipping line. See reconsignment.

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